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[texts]Jail Cells and Prison Work - Canada Wire and Iron Goods Company
Trade catalog, Text, Illus, CCA ID:86-B1439, ca.1913, 35 p, 15 x 24 cm
Keywords: Jail Cells; Prison Floor Plans; Police Station
Downloads: 137
[audio]police station escape terminator
police station escape terminator
Keywords: police station escape; terminator; brad fiedel
Downloads: 226
[movies]Police Station - Sandy Howard
This is a 1959 episode of a police drama called "Police Station". This show dealt with the day-to-day goings on in the Precinct 11 Station. 39 episodes were made and the show was syndicated. Very few episodes survive. IMDB only lists two of them here. The story in this episode follows conflicting stories about what happened during a teenage gang war and the arrest of an elderly con woman. Contains original ads.
Keywords: Classic TV; Police; Police Station; Sandy Howard; Harvey Bernhard
Downloads: 13,968 3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars(7 reviews)
[texts]Effective Organizing: prepareaction
Effective Organizing: prepareaction
Keywords: action; affinity; police; actions; buddy; nonviolent; roles; legal; support; media; direct action; police station; nonviolent direct; affinity groups; affinity group
Downloads: 5
[texts]Effective Organizing: Preparing for Action
Effective Organizing: Preparing for Action
Keywords: action; affinity; police; actions; buddy; nonviolent; roles; support; legal; media; direct action; police station; nonviolent direct; affinity groups; affinity group
Downloads: 7
[audio]SAC 006 Underwear Tree
Stupid As Charged – Episode 006 – Stolen Clothes, Trees and Spraying Breast Milk
Keywords: Breast; Breast milk; court; Domestic violence; dumb; dumb criminals; Law; Law Enforcement; Not Safe For Work; Ohio; Police; Police station; Shoplifting; stupid; stupid criminals; Indie Nation; podcast
Downloads: 5
[texts]Apple Manual: Laura Bow Dagger Of Amon Ra Hint Book
Apple Manual: Laura Bow Dagger Of Amon Ra Hint Book
Keywords: die; ihr; vou; cursor; thr; thai; magnifying; dagger; ami; unusual piece; hand cursor; medieval armor; magnifying glass; desk sergeant; snake oil; police station; newspaper read; evening gown; armor room
Downloads: 14
[image]Mitt Romney on Frank Chu's sign - Steve Rhodes
i interviewed Frank about why Romney is on his sign www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIS7OHk-KEY
Keywords: San Francisco; CA; SF; California; iPhone; iPhonephoto; iPhone4; iPhone4photo; iPhone4camera; Frank Chu; 2012; romney; mitt romney; 12 galaxies; sign; instragram; lomofi; mission; missiondistrict; sfpd; mission police station; campaign; election; words; ows; occupysf; instagram
Downloads: 4
[texts]Revised code of practice in connection with the detention, treatment and questioning by police officers of persons in police detention under section 41 of, and schedule 8 to, the Terrorism Act 2000: [and] the treatment and questioning by police officers of detained persons in respect of whom an authorisation to question after charge has been given under section 22 of the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - Code H - Home Office
Dated May 2012. This Code applies to people in police detention on the day The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Revision of Codes C, G and H) Order 2012 comes into force and persons in respect of whom an authorisation under section 22 of the Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 has been given after midnight on the day The Counter-Terrorism Act 2008 (Code of Practice for the Video Recording with Sound fo Post-Charge Questioning) Order 2012 comes into force
Keywords: detainee; custody; police; paragraph; code; questioning; person; officer; persons; terrorism; mentally disordered; adverse inferences; police officers; legal advice; custody officer; custody record; mentally vulnerable; police station; appropriate adult; police officer
Downloads: 13
[texts]Revised code of practice for the detention, treatment and questioning of persons by police officers: Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - Code C - Home Office
Dated May 2012. This Code applies to people in police detention on the day The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Codes of Practice) (Revision of Codes C, G and H) Order 2012 comes into force
Keywords: detainee; custody; police; paragraph; code; appropriate; person; officer; questioning; persons; police officer; mentally vulnerable; custody officer; police station; police officers; mentally disordered; adverse inferences; legal advice; appropriate adult; custody record
Downloads: 13
[texts]Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE): code A: code of practice for the exercise by: police officers of statutory powers of stop and search; police officers and police staff of requirements to record public encounters - Home Office
This code governs the exercise by police officers of statutory powers to search a person or a vehicle without first making an arrest. In addition, it covers requirements on police officers and police staff to record encounters not governed by statutory powers. This code does not apply to: (a) the powers of stop and search under; (i) Aviation Security Act 1982, section 27(2); (ii) Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, section 6(1) (which relates specifically to powers of constables employed by s...
Keywords: search; powers; person; code; searches; officers; officer; police; terrorism; authorisation; police station; public order; police officers; search powers; statutory powers; reasonable suspicion; serious violence; criminal justice; reasonable grounds; police reform
Downloads: 76
[texts]Code of practice (Northern Ireland) for the authorisation and exercise of stop and search powers relating to section 47A of schedule 6B to the Terrorism Act 2000 - Northern Ireland Office
On cover and title page: Terrorism Act 2000
Keywords: search; authorisation; powers; code; uthorisa; ctice; schedule; terrorism; pra; tion; police officers; authorising officer; search powers; police officer; powers relating; senior police; multiple threats; pra ctice; uthorisa tion; police station
Downloads: 28
[texts]Apple Manual: Police Quest 2 Hint Book
Apple Manual: Police Quest 2 Hint Book
Keywords: type; walk; unmarked; scene; cove; motel; cotton; homicide; bains; unmarked car; cotton cove; function key; police station; homicide office; motel room; inside unmarked; type talk; stolen car; shooting range
Downloads: 12
[texts]Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE): code D: code of practice for the identification of persons by police officers - Home Office
This Code of Practice concerns the principal methods used by police to identify people in connection with the investigation of offences and the keeping of accurate and reliable criminal records. The powers and procedures in this code must be used fairly, responsibly, with respect for the people to whom they apply and without unlawful discrimination. The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful for police officers to discriminate against, harass or victimise any person on the grounds of the ’pr...
Keywords: identification; person; witness; paragraph; fingerprints; code; police; suspect; officer; offence; video identification; recordable offence; police officers; police station; identification parade; group identification; identification procedures; identification officer; footwear impressions; identification procedure
Downloads: 94
[texts]Cavalcade 1945-12
Cavalcade 1945-12
Keywords: linnie; kaspar; vkg; dlo; nora; plague; dina; minnie; warder; life assurance; kaspar hauser; bad luck; sister theresa; murray publishing; xmas subscription; wireless room; three years; radio station; police station
Downloads: 26
[texts]QuestBusters: The Adventurer's Journal Volume 5 Number 08

Keywords: ibm; adventure; game; quest; enter; phantasie; games; questbusters; science fiction; ultima; space bar; shay addams; star command; text adventure; police station; space quest; wait till; sound effects; police quest
Downloads: 50
[texts]Revised code of practice for the statutory power of arrest by police officers: Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) - Code G - Home Office
Dated May 2012. This Code applies to any arrest made by a police officer after midnight on 12 November 2012
Keywords: arrest; person; code; police; arrested; grounds; statutory; offence; power; officer; necessity criteria; criminal evidence; police officers; arrested person; statutory power; station voluntarily; reasonable force; police station; reasonable grounds; voluntary attendance
Downloads: 20
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Shop Smart Campaign; Beach Chalet; Moves closer to reopening; Cellular Telephones; city should have plan, Holy Virgin antennas; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); thanks for help and goodbye; Fewer, Brian; Sutro Baths, other local landmarks; Golden Gate Park; storms wreak havoc, 100 mph winds; History; view looking toward Sutro Baths (1910); Jordan, Mayor Frank; state of the city; Kolmar, Ginny; Bluepoint; Lee, John M; tough year for real estate; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; buses at Sea Cliff, lets have Lucky, Eldercare at Health Center #5; Muni; changes proposed for #29 Sunset line; Richmond Police (Station); district gets more officers; Richmond Police (Station); First female capt. takes helm (Sylvia Harper); Richmond Police (Station); two pedestrians recovering after being hit by vehicles; Sea Cliff; Giant sinkhole; UCSF; groundbreaking for main library free; White Hotel; local film; Wong, Nancy; gets award at Laguna Honda free; YMCA (Richmond); volunteers teach about environment; Zlotnick, Mindy; infant massage award
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[audio]CKLN Rude Awakening: Freedom Fest vs. Conpiring Pests vs. Green Tests vs. False Flag Eugenicists - May 3, 2010
. May 3, 2010 CKLN Rude Awakening hosted by Black Krishna Freedom Fest vs. Conspiring Pests vs. Green Tests vs. False Flag Eugenicists Featured Speakers: Richard Syrett, Alan Watt, Alex Jones, Black Krishna (Radio4All.net down for maintenance.) http://blackkrishna.podomatic.com/entry/2010-05-03T06_28_43-07_00 http://www.archive.org/details/CklnRudeAwakeningFreedomFestVs.ConpiringPestsVs.GreenTestsVs.False ...
Keywords: radio media journalism reporting activism philosophy broadcast education politics government corporations religion spirituality green environment climate change sustainable law experts mason conspiracy secret society police station cop false flag 911 truth terror attack new york world order pot marijuana freedom festival party teen drug eugenics bio ethics money power global toronto ontario canada ryerson university college philosophy psychology control mind un evil
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[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 3, No. 2)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Police station closing protested; Enole Maxwell new director of Neighborhood House; Muni gets OK to buy land in Dogpatch; Synanon; farm workers meet at St. Teresa's; block between Carolina and Wisconsin streets cleared; health advice; cultural and sports news; name sought for junior high schools; highrise possible in SP yard; O.J. Simpson college planned
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 4, No. 6)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Art Commission ignores Julian Theatre; Potrero police station set to re-open; Virginia March, Nabe Board; Fedor Bushnoff; Reality House West; Bob Gray and Nick Ritter of Four Tuna Studio, 18th St; First Annual Flea Market and Craft Fair; youth guidance center open; plant life on PH; low-cost medical services
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol 3, No. 9)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: View throws party at McKinley Park; store front police station proposed; Hill actress Winifred Mann; Morehouse commune at 400 Pennsylvania; Marc Passen of Hill to compete in European rugby tour; improvements to TV reception; repairs at Nabe; books on urban design in SF; Ron Pelosi grilled at Nabe meeting; P.H. Music for Youth
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; Celebrates 75th anniversary; Assmann, David; Recycle during holidays; Better Health Foundation- Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; CATS; also; Celebration of Craftswomen; elves needed for fair; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house demolition delayed; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; City proposed splitting City in 2 with new controls plan; Elections; Fraud charges made in Fang BART race; Family Caregiver Alliance; volunteers needed brief; Fang, James; election fraud charges levied; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Muni seeks input on proposed changes; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Creating holiday mood with banners brief; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Lose to Galileo in football playoffs free; Golden Gate Park; AIDS Memorial Grove 'healing circle,'; Golden Gate Park; Bras across the park free; Golden Gate Park; Protesters march to ban cars; History; Rowing Kelly's Pond free (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Gene O'Connell, Ballet twins in Nutcracker, Tom Sweeny, Zaza, Temple Emanu-El; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Curfew law; Kolmar, Ginny; Village Pizzeria; Lee, John M; Sales of apartments; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Muni response to SORE letter; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Developer hopes to renew plan, works w/mayor's office; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Plans future w/ increased space due to AAM moving to civic center; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Upcoming classes brief; Ocean Beach; Sewage overflows from record rains; Perrigan, Dana; If only I had a Harley; Presidio Army Post/Park; Letterman, UC break off talks for leasing; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Toxic cleanup plan revised; Richmond Police (Station); ATM safety brief; Richmond Police (Station); Crime rate dips 26% for year; Richmond Police (Station); Donated bears with Laurie Brophy free; Richmond Police (Station); Experts warn about increased fraud, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Police nab 3 in string of robberies; Richmond Police (Station); Three youths charged with youth's murder at Lincoln Park; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking plan debated; Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; SF Fire Dept; Tips on Christmas tree safety; SF Jewish Community Center; Inexpensive lunches for seniors brief; SF Unified School District; School assigning boundary changes proposed; Teng, Mabel; Historic first election victory free; Town School; 8th Grade team wins ISAL championship; UCSF-Laurel Heights; City Science Program free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); Middle school students winter camp sessions brief; Zecher, Rita; Writer, feature
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Lung Association; Quit smoking clinic brief; Asian Art Museum; Resignations continue, no budget disclosed; Assmann, David; Richmond District recycling results; Beach Chalet; Concessionaires sought to assist visitors center; Bison, GG Park; Chinese New Year; Lion Dancers and Year of the Dog; Clement St. Produce Markets; New law goes into effect; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Face final vote; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); Gang Activity, Rich; Captain warns for Chinese NY; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Sponsor cleanup; Geriatric Services Community Center; Golden Gate Park; Another goose gone; Golden Gate Park; Bison Golden Gate Park; Removing old/dying trees from park; Green City Volunteer Network; brief; History; Birds eye view of Laurel Hgts./Lone Mountain w/ Bay Bridge in bkgd. (1930's); Homeless; Cleared from Park Presidio Blvd; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Blue Danube, St. Josephs/St. Elizabeths, Joseph Art School; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Matrix program; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Send in legislative ideas; Lee, John M; Previewing 1994; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Scam artist getting money for garage, Light rail rebuff; Lowell HS; New plan in works; Mid Winter Fair; Centennial celebration plans; Otten, Captain Peter; Pacific Heritage Museum; Opening of new Thailand exhibit Park Presidio Blvd; Homeless encampments cleared; Perrigan, Dana; Mapping my destiny; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); Richmond Transport Project freestanding; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. Otten Richmond Police (Station); Police make burglary arrests; Richmond Police (Station); See suspects in 10/Clement murder (mug shots); Richmond Police (Station); Sponsor cleanup; Richmond ReView; Honored by Senator Marks for 5 years; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); Parcel 4 construction beginning freestanding; Sears; Eclectic mix of stores opening; Surfing; Feature of Ocean Beach; Tyson, Eric; Tips on consumer/credit card debt; UCSF-Laurel Heights; CA Supreme Ct. decision sending case back to appeals court
Downloads: 6
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 1)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Community Garden; 20th anniversary party/harvest festival free; Assmann, David; recycling glass; Cellular Telephones; questions about safety for Geary/26th Ave. plan; Chain Stores; Shelley calls for hearing about impacts; Cournale & Co; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); Operation SafePed; Feinstein, Katherine; director MCJC at Comm./Police Forum; Fewer, Brian; history of Rich; Gjoa; old boat located in GG Park free; Habitat for Humanity; History; Gjoa in GG Park free; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Matrix program a success; Kolmar, Ginny; India Clay Oven; Lee, John M; 1998 was banner year in R.E., Real Estate industry needs to adapt; Matrix Program; still in force, 28 arrests, 200 citations; NERT, Neighborhood Emergency Response Team; disaster drill slated; Open Studios program; List of artists for upcoming event; Operation SafePed; update; Ozel, Melinda; youth won Children's Secret Garden Art Contest free; Richmond District Senior Recognition Day; first ever; Richmond Police (Station); Crime down in district; Richmond Police (Station); juvenile p/u at bus stop and raped near Cliff House; Richmond Police (Station); Matrix still in force, arrests; Self Help for the Elderly; 8th annual Senior Sports Day free; SF Board of Supervisors; cancels Richmond meeting for Kwanza; Shelley, Kevin; conducts hearing on chain stores; Sukkot; street fest. upcoming; Sullivan's Sport Shop; wants to sell firearms; Temple Emanu-El; Sukkot celebration; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Regents OK new plan; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); EIR for new building ready
Downloads: 7
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 4, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Gardens (GG Park); Tour; Cafe Riggio; Tradition continues; Cisterns; meeting slated; Family Center Program (100 Masonic); Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Meeting w/Hsieh & safety plan; Golden Gate Park; $76 million bond measure to voters; Golden Gate Park; GG Park Band 110th anniversary; History; Playland at the Beach; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Lamplighters, quakes, lead poisoning, San Remo, foil ball; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Clean streets, citizen watch groups, quake preparedness; Keeve, Damon; Lee, John M; Estate planning; Lee, Stanley; Rich. police officer LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; No ` Chinatown, YMCA correction, J. Kahn clubhouse; Myrtle, the swan; Coming home; Napa, Rico; Coliseum Theater; Perrigan, Dana; Service with a smile; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); Developer seeks more time; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); Historical Recycling; Richmond booth free; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); mental health clinic burglarized; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; $7,500 check from Sunset; Richmond Police (Station); Captain Winters update on crime, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Five murders in District; Richmond Police (Station); Gypsy scammers prey on elders; Ton Kiang Restaurant Takeover; Tyson, Eric; Beating the tax man
Downloads: 7
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Heart Association; exercise publication brief; American Lung Association; stop smoking clinic brief; Argonne Elementary School; High tech fair free; Argonne Elementary School; New building proposed, Prop. A; Asian Art Museum; plans move despite Prop. A setback; Assmann, David; Slowing junk mail; Cabrillo Elementary School; decrepit conditions; Cabrillo Elementary School; Kidnap attempt foiled; California Pacific Medical Center; Cancer center scrapped, budget cuts; Career Resources Development Center; hospitality program to start; Chinese New Year; Lion dancers and Year of the Dog Cisterns; construction nearing end; Clement St; block for sale; Cultural Integration Fellowship; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; debate extended; East-West Business Association; Russian business academy Ferrari, Donna; Covering care care basics; Free Clinic, San Francisco (Clement St.); set to open brief; Golden Gate Park; Japanese Tea Garden restoration free; History; earthquake shacks on Pk. Presidio Ave; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Lawrence Feigenbaum, Tom Field, SFWA, The Code; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Matrix program; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; poses with graffiti fighters free; Kelton, Ken; earthquake retrofitting column; Kezar Stadium; booze battle brewing; Kolmar, Ginny; China House Bistro; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Do the crime, do the time; Lee, John M; Buying vs. Renting; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; bicycle journey of hope,; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; CRDC thank you from Mabel Teng; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Rebuttal to Asian Art Museum story; Mountain Lake Park; (see Myrtle the swan also), wall delayed to 1995 budget; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Two-part series taking training course; Perrigan, Dana; Only love worth a damn; Richmond District Democratic Club; gather to discuss health care; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS plan for monthly cleanup; Richmond Police (Station); Auto boosting prevention advice, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Cabrillo kidnap foiled; Richmond Police (Station); Police make excellent arrests; Roosevelt Elementary School; new sports programs brief; St. Anne's Senior Home; Centenarian honored free; Stolina, Mara; honored as editor of New Life by SFJCC brief; Tyson, Eric; No-load fund analyst; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); kicks off fundraiser
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 11)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Tomb treasures exhibit brief; Beach Chalet; Restaurant proposed; Central Freeway; plans to reroute or change; Clement St. Produce Markets; Police, DPW enforcing; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Battle over 456 25th Ave. site; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; New president Heller takes over; Golden Gate Park; Traffic issues for Master Plan; Golden Gate Park; WathchBison unhappy with buffalo paddock plan; Hastings, Dorothy; feature, Lung Ass. volunteer; Health Center #5; Saved from budgetary extinction; History; Richmond Casino on Fulton St. free (c1900); Holy Virgin Russian Orthodox Church; Glorification of St. John; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Joe Tchang, Dr. Washington, Phylis' tiger; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Salary reform ballot initiative; Kolmar, Ginny; Kitaro; Kozakiewicz, Paul; Editors not for sale; Lee, John M; Equity sharing for first-time buyers; Letterman, David; friends Mujibur and Sirajul at GG Bridge; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Star of the Sea clarification on name, GG Park Master Plan; Perrigan, Dana; Doing my civic duty; Post Office, Rich; more thieves nabbed; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Cleanup sites identified; Quade, Henry Jr; Court finds against police, back to trial; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS brief; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. reports crime down, arrests made; Richmond Police (Station); Inspectors warn of scams, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Roofers face felony charges; Robbery; two banks hit,Grocer shot; Russian American Community Center; Hot lunch program St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; Reaches accord w/ labor; Tyson, Eric; Considerations in home buying; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); Neighbors, hospital officials try to solve parking problems
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: American Lung Association; Poster contest winners free; Argonne Elementary School; Fighting for new school, passage of Prop. A; Clement St. Parking; bus zone parking begins; Clement St. Produce Markets; 20 seek outdoor displays; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Few happy w/new proposal; Friends of the Urban Forest; Rich. residents get envir. award; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; New president Heller named; George Washington H.S; Program to tutor 9th graders; George Washington H.S; ROTC drill free; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Win baseball championship; Golden Gate Park; Bandshell set to reopen; Golden Gate Park; Privatization plan promoted; History; Geary Street Park and Ocean Railroad Co. free (c1900); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; John Gordon, Rebecca Hirshleifer, Harriet Moore, Greely's; Jordan, Mayor Frank; BART link; Kreivyte, Asta; RAMS exchange professional; Lee, Evelyn; director of RAMS, debunking Asian myths; Lee, John M; Market update; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Light rail, SORE, bulldozing 6th Ave. house; Lion's, Park Presidio; Diabetes testing free; Mountain Lake Park; Musicfest held at park; Perrigan, Dana; 2 pix worth 747 words; Presidio Hill School; Walk-a-than fundraiser; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); exchange program, services; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); story by director Evelyn Lee; Richmond Police (Station); Chop shop discovered, robbery suspects nabbed; Richmond Police (Station); Commission hears Clement gripes, forum; Russian Center; Days of Russia Concert brief; SF Police Commission; Hearing, forum; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); parking problems; YWCA; youth programs brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 10)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Willie Brown & Shorenstein free; Assmann, David; recycling for apartment buildings; Brown, Mayor Willie; the new budget; Clement St; merchants bemoan tactics used at 538 Clement St., grocery controversy; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); Clement inspection for violations, 16 warnings issued, Prop. Q safety worker; Delancy Street building; remodeling almost complete, condos on tap; Free Folk Festival; jamming free; Golden Gate Park; 100,000 people at Polo Fields for Tibet concert not appropriate, to be last; Golden Gate Park; Welfare to workfare workers in GG Park; History; lone mountain, presidio and Mt. Tam view from Buena Vista Park in 1930 free; Kolmar, Ginny; La Bergerie French Rest; Lee, John M; key to investing: a good plan; Lenahan, Dr. John A; use caution to prevent sun skin cancers; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; lousy GG Park trees, response to Kozak editorial about deYoung proposal; Liberation Radio; Rogue station rocks the Richmond Mayors Criminal Justice Council; TURF members to ride Muni 29, 31 lines; Muni; TURF members to ride 29 and 31 lines; Park Presidio Blvd; supe moves to rename Park Presidio Boulevard; Presidio Army Post/Park; Presidio Terrace features many architectural styles, historic loop; Richmond Environmental Action/Earth Day; Center closes after 26 years; Richmond Police (Station); Operation Park initiated; Richmond Police (Station); seek suspect in murder of Bok Yee at 10/Clement
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Teaming with Olive Garden brief; Code, The; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; plan delayed; Fire House; 12th Ave. remodel; Fong, Heather; George Washington H.S. Eagles; basketball team in playoffs; History; Odd Fellows Cemetery (1899); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Women's History Month, Noelie Larson, Lombardi, Myrtle; Jordan, Mayor Frank; taxes (business also) explanation; Kamendrowsky, Victor; named director of Russian American Community Serv. brief; Lee, John M; Establishing fair market value; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Lauding Cabrillo article, looking for vets at Argonne; Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic (Westside Community Center?); Move delayed; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); New Perspectives Counseling; brief; Perrigan, Dana; Hills and valleys of life; Proposition J (Children's amendment); Richmond District After School Collaboration funded; Quade, Henry Jr; Appeals Court reviews case; Richmond District After School Collaboration; Prop. J money; Richmond District Democratic Club; Clement cleanup free, brief; Richmond Enrichment After School Program; debuts, run by four churches, REAP; Richmond Police (Station); Cops quick to make arrests; Richmond Police (Station); student slain from Wallenberg; Russian American Community Center; new director Kamendrowsky named brief; SF Women Artists (SFWA); 100 years of womens' art exhibition brief; Wong, Asia; artist, YMCA (Richmond); New class for babies; YMCA (Richmond); New director Steph takes over
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 6)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: African Americans; Black History Month at library; Assmann, David; plastic bottles OK now; Beach Chalet; plan for brew pub, rest., visitors center; Billy Hutton Track Club; track and field training; CATS; free drug prevention guide; Cats; missing, urban trappers?; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; RCA plan put on hold; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Capt. Otten honored; Golden Gate Park; Adopt a Monument Program; Golden Gate Park; demolition of old treatment plan; Golden Gate Park; stable manage contract stalled; History; Laurel and Presidio Hgts. from Lone Mtn. (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Women's History Month, Free Clinic; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Muni improvements; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; MUNI improvements; Kolmar, Ginny; San Wang #2; Lee, John M; foreclosures; Muni; New terminus for 38, 31 lines under construction; Muni; Public input sought on #38 Geary options; Operation SafePed; addresses pedestrian fatalities; Palace of the Legion of Honor; remodel plan at PAR; Perrigan, Dana; Living with grandmother; Presidio Army Post/Park; Lobos Creek at PAR; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Black History Month at library; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); get extended hours; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS resumes cleanups; Richmond Police (Station); Capt. Otten honored by Geary merchants; Richmond Police (Station); PAL soccer to start; Richmond Senior Center; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); demolition of old treatment plan; Russian American Community Center; annual cultural fest; SF Commission on the Aging; senior resource guide; St. Vincent de Paul; dining card brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Move to civic center depends on Prop. B; Balboa St.: 31 Muni bus line; Lower Balboa comes to economic life; CATS; dangers of alcohol and women brief; Counseling Centers, Non-profit; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house ruled not historic; Dunbar, John (with Daniel Murphy); Give public notices to lowest bidder; Fang, Ted; Public Notices Should be Free; Fantasia Bakery; Cookie decorating free; Golden Gate Park; Puppy selling free; Health Center #5; Celebrates 25th anniversary; History; Lone Mtn. landslide (1935); Holloran, Pete (National Park Service); Presidio's fragile ecosystem needs TLC; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Jeanne Lynch, Joe Beeman, Courtyard, VA women's center, Dr. Feigenbaum; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Prop. M and N; Kilroy, Tony; A Wonderful Vote; Kolmar, Ginny; Wooden Charcoal; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Prop. rundown for Nov. 8 election; Lee, John M; Voters to decide fate of Prop. I; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Response to Jordan's col., signs are a visual blight, Prop. 183 by Sen. Marks, Patients Rights Advocacy Services, water conservation measures deadline; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Safeway shuts down, new tenant sought; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Classes forming brief; Patterson, George; Sworn in as new Small Business Commissioner; Perrigan, Dana; Violence takes a toll; Presidio Army Post/Park; Bicycle tour Quinby's; Futurekids free; Richmond Police (Station); Digitalis murder investigation; Richmond Police (Station); New bike patrols begin; Richmond ReView; Parking plans still unsettled; SF Bicycle Coalition; Presidio tour Shaw, Larry; Musician, feature
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Brophy, Lori; My favorite cop; Carjackings; Comm./Forum; City College; ESL program at Lincoln; Coronet Theater; closed for remodeling free; Cuadra, Sandy; Environmental officer; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; housing activists angered over latest plan; Elections; Mixed results; Environmental Officers, Sandy Cuadra; Fort Point; candlelight exploration; Fourth Trimester; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Blvd. cleanup; George Washington H.S. Eagles; lose rematch w/Galileo for championship; Hadassah; fighting for persecuted Jews; History; Public Health Hospital in 1874 free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Kozak gets merchant award, Senior Action Network, Plough & the Stars play; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; $200,000 HUD grant for SEED; Lee, John M; rumor Demo. pres. weaken RE market; Mervyn's; grand opening; Mosher, Mark; Time to build bridges w/neighborhood; P.G.&E; Power out in District; Perrigan, Dana; A cold day in my apartment; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); starts Asian counseling services; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; Feature w/profiles; Richmond Police (Station); Brophy, My favorite cop,; Richmond Police (Station); Officer (Yip) shoots attacker; Ryder, Joanne; wrote Dancers in the Garden; Sacramento Street Merchants Association; Street party; Schikore, Karla; YMCA vol. of the year; Seniors; Gold Card; St. Anne's Senior Home; Christmas boutique free; St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; new CEO Mary Ann Thode; Tyson, Eric; Homeowner retirement decisions; Water Reclamation project; meetings start; YMCA (Richmond); vol. of year (Darla Schikore)
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 7)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Consider recycling options; Bulitt, Patricia; free. at Anza Library; Clement St. Parking; New plan passed to park in bus zones; Columbarium; Director Bruce Williams tour; Degemann, Gerhard; plans return brief; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Planning Commission offers new plan for review; French/Kaiser Hospital; changes due to construction, consolidation; Geary Blvd; water mains replaced brief; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Options announced for transit study; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Small business insurance, Pac Bell service, meeting; Golden Gate Park; California Academy of Sciences closes roundabout for repairs; Golden Gate Park; Conservatory's floral flair free; Golden Gate Park; Sexual battery suspect arrested; Golden Gate Park; Two plans emerge for bison paddock; History; Cooking on 4th Ave.? after quake free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Cafe Riggio anniversary, YMCA fundraising results, library, Gaslight tiger,; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Library commissioners; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting Geary merchants free; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; Meeting w/SFNNA, matrix, graffiti; Katherine Delmar Burke School; remodel proposed; Kaussen, Pat; Kopp's woman of year; Kinderfest; Children's festival brief; Kolmar, Ginny; Bill's Place; Kopp, Quentin; Woman of year, Kaussen; Lee, John M; Sellers beware; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Watch out for wildlife, SF Wildlife; Marks, Senator Milton; Reflecting on 35 years; Muni; Latrines proposal; NIT-AMP Program in Richmond; Survey rates Richmond as good place to live; Perrigan, Dana; Cruising down 101; Presidio Army Post/Park; Tour offered brief; Recreation Center for the Handicapped (RCH, Inc.); Richmond District; Good place to live survey; Richmond Police (Station); Keeping youth safe, forum; Richmond Police (Station); School car stars (Brophy, Wong); Richmond Police (Station); Sexual battery suspect arrested; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); Digging tunnel at Baker Beach free; Ross, Jim; new mayoral liaison named; Russian Center; Self Help for the Elderly; general services brief; Self Help for the Elderly; Senior trips planned; SF Jewish Community Center; Festival of Living; Surfrider Foundation; Monthly beach cleanups; Temple Emanu-El; Film series brief; Tyson, Eric; Which way interest rates?; UCSF; monthly forums for visually impaired; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); health fair
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 12)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; phone book recycling; Central Freeway; DPT study; Chinese Grace Baptist Church; accord reached; Clement St; merchants leases in limbo; Coffee Houses, Rich; In search of the perfect latte joint; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); previous capt. deserves credit; George Washington H.S; New principal takes over (Mitchell); Golden Gate Park; Mayor Jordan orders homeless encampments out; Grateful Dead; grief counseling for deadheads; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Muni contracts; Kolmar, Ginny; DiGiovanni's; Larkins Building; expansion approved; Lee, John M; Real Estate auctions; Lick Super; to close; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Officials mull options; Presidio Army Post/Park; democrats and legislation in Wash; Quade, Henry Jr; Police cleared in shooting of recluse; Richmond District Democratic Club; six candidates at forum; Richmond Police (Station); New capt. takes over (DeFilippo); SF Recreation & Park Dept; Kids Jam Festival in GG Park free; SF Water Dept; flushing lines
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; students adapting to temporary home; Assmann, David; city making great strides; Chinese New Year; Year of the Rat coming; George Washington H.S; Operation Doorstep to help students; Harper, Sylvia; carjackers, welcome; History; view of USF campus (w/out trees) from Turk St. (1938); Kolmar, Ginny; Cucina Toscana; Lafayette Elementary School; school to restart founder's day; Lee, John M; time to refinance your home?; Playland 'at the Beach' (parcels 3 and 4); sculptures commemorate at La Playa, Cabrillo; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); local branches well-stocked by Prop. E; Richmond Environmental Action/Earth Day; USF tells to move; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; $650,000 renovation to begin; Richmond Police (Station); Outer Richmond residents form neighborhood watch group; Roosevelt Elementary School; M.L. King Day free; SF Dept. of Public Health; needle disposal service started; Steinhart Aquarium; reopening after renovations free; USF; trying to evict REA
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: California Pacific Medical Center; center ok'd by appeals board; Great Halloween and Pumpkin Festival; photo essay; History; Dutch and Murphy Windmills; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Sutro Heights plan; Chinese housing beliefs - influenced by tradition; Little Cafe; Halloween costume contest, vote; Kopp, Senator Quentin; earthquakes; Landlord's vs. tenants; Beverly Labin apartment; Lee, John M; Pops. A and H; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Gallery of Americas opens; Open Studios program; Richmond artists participating; Perrigan, Dana; A rose by any other name; Richmond Police (Station); Staffing shakeup, Suttmeir addresses community; Rose Resnick Center for the Blind; auction benefit; Russian Emigres; aid to; SF Bicycle Advisory Committee; free safety brochures; SF Ministry to Nursing Homes; Sutro Historic District; plan top agenda at PAR meeting; Tyson, Eric; The Pursuit of Happiness, Who is Happy and Why book review; Vanderheym, Jeffrey Dr; Choosing for best snoozing; Wells Fargo Bank; donate money to quake relief in schools; Wong, Lily; Anthony, Eugene; Asian youth
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 8)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: AIDS; free lecture at Washington HS; Burton, Assemblyman John; w/Master Kwan Tak Hing free; Children are ... Daycare Experience; Clement St. Parking; plan readies; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Timeline announced; Fire; 47th Ave. photoessay; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); alternatives whittled to 7; George Washington H.S; AIDS lecture; George Washington H.S; students given UCSF awards; Golden Gate Park; guns for skates swap proposed; Golden Gate Park; Master plan hearings; Golden Gate Park; road closures for Bay to Breakers; Golden Gate Park Skate Patrol; guns for skates swap proposed; Hallet, Jerry; Don't be a Victim of Crime; History; Richmond Chutes free (1910); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Marc Hamel, Don Mack, Tellurian Dances, Asian Woman's Resource Center; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Libraries, Prop. E; Kichi, Manuel; Children are ... Daycare Experience owner, Kinderfest; brief; Kolmar, Ginny; Pacific Cafe; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Take BART to SFO; Lee, John M; Hassle-free mortgages; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Clement bus zone parking worry; Lion's, Park Presidio; free diabetic testing; Marks, Senator Milton; 35th anniversary party; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Disaster drill free; Ocean Beach; Beached yacht removed; Older Americans Month; celebration schedule; Perrigan, Dana; Poster poetry; Presidio Army Post/Park; clean-up board created; Presidio Army Post/Park; park service takes over firefighting; Richmond District Republican Club; new club started; Richmond Police (Station); Matrix program, forum; Richmond Police (Station); reward in Ching murder announced; Sacramento Street Dog Parade; free; Senior Action Network; protest dangerous conditions at Geary/Masonic; SF School Volunteers; vols. needed; St. Monica's School; eating pizza fundraiser brief; Super K (market); To close; UCSF; needs more lab space; UCSF; Science lessons prize awarded to Washington; Ventresca, Joel; Threat to Presidio; Who's Coming, Going
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 6, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Museum stonewalls audit; Delancy Street building; remodel as apts./commercial space; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Public meetings begin; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; New Capt. Otten addresses; George Washington H.S; Cellular plan nixed; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Lose Turkey Day championship game; Golden Gate Park; Goose poaching subsides; Golden Gate Park; Master plan update hearings begin; Golden Gate Park; Skating freestanding; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Court of Historical Review, Craftswomen, Liz Mamorsky, Angelina's, Citikids; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Police full-staffing; Kolmar, Ginny; Restaurant Tanuki; Lee, John M; Real estate turnaround?; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Reflection on murder; Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic (Westside Community Center?); Finds new home on Turk St; Optimist Club; Otten, Captain Peter; Addresses Geary merchants; Perrigan, Dana; Who are we to judge?; Presidio Army Post/Park; Draft plan and news of public health hospital; Presidio Army Post/Park; GGNRA hearings begin; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; New Presidio plans; Richmond Anti Graffiti Squad; Richmond District Democratic Club; RAGS Program; Richmond Police (Station); Murder of Eva Ching at Clement/10th Ave; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Funding in-place to begin Fall 1994; USF; Plan for expanded housing, parking; Victim Witness Assistance Program; forum; Who's Coming, Going
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Tin cans; Chinese New Year; Year of the Boar Claire Lilienthal School; Starlight auction brief; Friends of the Urban Forest; now is the time to care for trees; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; merchants plan luncheon to honor capt; Golden Gate Park; Applications in to manage stables; Golden Gate Park; Winter storms batter parks; History; Fulton and Stanyan free; Immigrants/Immigration; Prop. 187 affects; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Ben Kozak born; Jordan, Mayor Frank; City Hall moving to temp. quarters; Lee, John M; Condos offer first step; Mark Twain; retracing the route he took Parents Place; preschool preview night; Perrigan, Dana; Good friend Gary; Quade, Henry Jr; Supreme Ct. refuses review; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Super volunteer Richard Moreno free; Richmond Police (Station); 3 pedestrians killed in 1 month; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Neighbors protest parking scheme; SF Commission on the Aging; free tax assistance for seniors; SF Commission on the Aging; new guide for seniors; SF Planning Commission; demolition of 3644 Anza ok'd; St. Monica's School; feature for silver anniversary; Tom, Chesley (with Loyd Cribbs); Recreation Center column; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); Permit parking near hospital; YWCA; kicks off annual fundraising drive
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[movies]Newscast 1991 03 05 - LTC.org
Local News Show from the Greater Lowell Ma area.  Produced by the cable company, it ran for 20 or so years.
Keywords: Newcast 1991-03-05; Newscenter 6; Lowell; Chelmsford; Tewksbury; Maria Dragon; Steve Cooper; John Rupolo; FBI Probe Chelmsford; Jim McBride; Brad Emerson; Bernie Lynch; Dennis Ready; Linda Duarte's brother; Kevin Vezina; Abandoned house arrests; Moore Street hit and Run; Adam Valejo; Lt. Chauncey Normandin; Manpower Inc; Gail Smith; Registry closure; Commercial break; Howard Swartz ad; Copy Kidd ad; Washington Savings Bank ad; Olympia Restaurant ad; John Rupolo; 18 RMV closures; Tom Callaghan; Donna McCluskey; Steven Rock; Jim Miceli; Tewksbury Election ballots; Tewksbury Police Station outdated; Dow Jones; Precious Metals; Commercial break; Lowell Memorial Auditorium ad; North Chiropractic; Baystate Electronics ad; Lowell Glass Express ad; Chelmsfordm Eight Candidates; Joe Erbacher; New LRTA Buses; Tom Henderson; Deputy Administrator; Pam Seavey; Ski Watch 6; Commercial break; Absolute Furniture ad; Wah Sang ad; Schlott Tire; Cable ad; Iraq War; Thomas Harrison; Nathan Crowley; Jaime Boudreau; Precilla Mendes; Perry Kapiloff; Liz Caniff; Joe Bilcliff; Lynn Dignam; Maria Dragon; Weather forecast; Steve cooper; Road Watch 6; Kym Craven; Traffic Tips; Wear helmet; commercial break; Washington Savings Bank ad; WLLH; Paul Sullivan; Bob Ellis; Mark sawyer; Jaffarian Toyota ad; S. George Bromberg ad; Maria dragon; Tomorrow's Highlights; Chelmsford Probe; Elegant Farmer; Steve cooper; Cable Sports lineup; Commercial break; North Chiropractic ad; Viewers Choice ad; McMahon's Laundry ad; Showtime ad
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 5)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Amedi, Mori; (Rest. reviews) Star of India; Balboa St.: 31 Muni bus line; Still waiting for the busses; Business Changes; California Pacific Medical Center; construction begins; Chinese New Year; Rooster freestanding; Gang Activity, Rich; Extortion of local merchants; Golden Gate Park; New master plan begins; Headlee, Bonnie; A contractor's license can make a difference; History; 1925 freestanding of El Camino Del Mar and Point Lobos; Hon, Maria; Oil spill in our backyard; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Russian American Community Services, Veterans administration, Max Christensen; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Lead poisoning legislation; Lee, John M; A look at the new year in real estate; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Apples for Peabody, Pumpkin in the Frost kudos; McGinn, Kerry; NIT-AMP Program in Richmond; program starts; Perrigan, Dana; Living free from cares; Post Office, Rich; Thefts of mail from relay boxes; Presidio Army Post/Park; Doyle Drive; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; GGNRA hopes to acquire; Richmond District Democratic Club; Host supervisor Bierman; Richmond Police (Station); Matrix program beefs up staffing; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Plans okayed by committee; Seniors; $1.25 lunch at JCC; Seniors; Activities at GG Park Senior Center brief; Seniors; Housing fair comes to SFJCC brief; Strybing Aboretum; Free weekday tours brief; Tyson, Eric; Beware when hiring financial help,; YMCA (Richmond); Fundraising drive begins
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 8)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Assmann, David; Rethinking Recycling campaign; Chinese Grace Baptist Church; parking/neighbors problem; Claire Lilienthal School; carnival upcoming brief; Geary Blvd; gets new clean up team; Geary Blvd; Stop signs at 4/Geary cause chaos; Geary Blvd; transit options on tap at PAR meeting; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Hire team to clean up blvd; Golda, Elizabeth; Financial investing for tax breaks; Golden Gate Park; family arm wrestling freestanding; Golden Gate Park; SPCA Petwalk freestanding; History; Cable car at California/Presidio (1890); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Jean Anderson, Joanne Nelson, YMCA drive, Cafe Riggio; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Congress and MOCD; Kolmar, Ginny; La Belle Saison; Lee, John M; Is R.E. good investment?; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; VA tried to get Letterman, VA has big problems; Planning Association for the Richmond; Looks at #38 Geary Muni line; Richmond District After School Collaboration; federal study; Richmond District Neighborhood Center; Christmas in April cleans up center Richmond Environmental Action/Earth Day; Center to get the boot from USF; Richmond Police (Station); Station becomes training center; SF Bicycle Coalition; Ride to Work Day; SF Jewish Community Center; Hosts Festival of Active Living for seniors; SF Jewish Community Center; Last-ditch efforts to keep open failing; Shine, Police Officer Ray; Vehicles, pedestrians must get along
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 11)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Adult Day Health and Alzheimer's Day Care Center (Self Help for the Elderly program); to open in Oct; AIDS; AIDS Walk freestanding; Alamo Elementary School; forms new alumni group; Assmann, David; What plastic bottles recyclable?; Friends of the Urban Forest; free trees for outer Rich. brief; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Competitive governance plan; Kolmar, Ginny; We Be Sushi; Laurel Village Shopping Center; Arrest made for 6 Laurel Village ATM thefts; Laurel Village Shopping Center; Starbucks gets nod to open; Lee, John M; 1995 strange year for R.E; Make a Circus; upcoming events notice; Montefiore Senior Center; new rides for seniors program brief; Newspaper news racks; editors hope to self regulate; Planning Association for the Richmond; Candidates square off at forum; Recycling; Oil drop-off sites named; Richmond Anti Graffiti Squad; feature on group; Richmond Police (Station); Arrest made for 6 Laurel Village ATM thefts; Self Help for the Elderly; Adult Day Health and Alzheimer's Day Care Center to open; SF Clean City Coalition; One Neat City awardees sought brief; SF Convention and Visitors Bureau; low-cost things to do in the city; SF Women's Center; new services going online; St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; New CEO John Williams; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Jesse Jackson rally to keep affirmative action free; YMCA (Richmond); food program for low-income seniors feature
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 1)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; 75th Anniversary preparation free; Bilingual programs; Jury still out, state funding threat; California Pacific Medical Center; How to use emergency room; Central Freeway; Caltrans presents options; Foundation for San Francisco's Architectural Heritage; Part 2 of Inner survey; Golden Gate Park; Saturday road closures nixed; History; Inner Rich. view from Lone Mtn. (1908); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Capt. Heather Fong, YMCA vol of year, Futurekids; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Prop. M and N; Kolmar, Ginny; Le Cyrano; Kozakiewicz, Paul; New McCarthyism and outright greed (Prop. J); Lee, John M; Agent, buyer, seller relationships; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; No parking in GG Park, Committee on JOBS; Open Studios program; Public invited to participate; Perrigan, Dana; Bankrupt at 12; Presidio Army Post/Park; Presidio Restoration Advisory Board meetings; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Advocates seek missing funds sidebar; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Residents want more hours; Richmond Police (Station); CPOP officer Jimmy Escobar free; Star of the Sea Church/School; Celebration photoessay w/brief; Veteran's Administration Medical Center (Clement St.); Seniors nursing home YMCA (Richmond); Health Fair brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 4)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Baby Points Program; brief; Community Music Center; feature w/history; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; Vote may be coming in Jan; French/Kaiser Hospital; Plans outlined for 5 and 10 year plans; Golden Gate National Recreation Area; Campfire free; Golden Gate Park; Sharon Art Studio History; Streetcar crash free (1945); Homes that Pay; homebuyers free pamphlet brief; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; George Choppelas, Senior Citizen Resource Directory, Art Institute, Potty Guide; Jordan, Mayor Frank; View for 1995; Kolmar, Ginny; Cafe Riggio; Lee, John M; Real estate trends for 1995; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; RAMS counseling services; Ocean Beach; Birds surveyed, Parents Place; New programs begin brief; Perrigan, Dana; Everything is Wonderful; Proposition J (Children's amendment); Critics blast new proposal from mayor; Randall Museum; docents needed brief; Richmond Branch Library (Sen. Milton Marks); Lion dancers brief; Richmond Police (Station); Grocer survives shooting; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking 'compromise' variance granted; Robbery; Grocer shot; SF Bicycle Coalition; Input sought for bike routes in City; SF Recycling Program; urges Christmas tree recycling; SF Small Business Network; seeks Owner of the Year brief; SF Water Dept; toilet exchange brief; SF Zoo; Winterfest 1994 free of bear; Sharon Art Studio; Sutro Heights Park; dog-walking stroll along parapet free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; seeking pain sufferers for study brief
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 8, No. 9)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Alamo Elementary School; Corporate partner takes up slack from district shortfalls, Friendship Garden Mural debut free; Assmann, David; What's recyclable in the city; Brown, Mayor Willie; Don't dismantle civil rights movt; Chan, Dr. Yim; speak out against domestic violence; Clement St; DPW has plan for rats; DeFilippo, Capt. Jerome (Jerry); Operation Park, Eddie Chow; Fewer, Brian; 4-Star theater, horse-drawn fire wagons; Golden Gate Park; former pollution control plant shut down, new soccer field coming, free shuttle from UCSF, Sharon Art Studio feature, Blue Heron in park Great Blue Heron; living in GG Park; Hall, Al and Charlene; History; No. 1 Cal. streetcar in 1942 free; Kolmar, Ginny; Royal Thai; Lee, John M; analysis of owning home financially; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Thanks to Klein for letting museum use lot, sierra club on deYoung garage, deYoung garage; Lick Super; gutted for remodeling free; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; mayor supports garage plan; Marks, Carolene; runs for supervisor free; Richmond Police (Station); search underway for killer of Crockett; SF Jewish Community Center; negotiations underway to reopen closed fitness center; Sharon Art Studio; a gem in GG Park feature
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[movies]Newscast 1991 03 05 - LTC.org
Local News Show from the Greater Lowell Ma area.  Produced by the cable company, it ran for 20 or so years.
Keywords: Newcast 1991-03-05; Newscenter 6; Lowell; Chelmsford; Tewksbury; Maria Dragon; Steve Cooper; John Rupolo; FBI Probe Chelmsford; Jim McBride; Brad Emerson; Bernie Lynch; Dennis Ready; Linda Duarte's brother; Kevin Vezina; Abandoned house arrests; Moore Street hit and Run; Adam Valejo; Lt. Chauncey Normandin; Manpower Inc; Gail Smith; Registry closure; Commercial break; Howard Swartz ad; Copy Kidd ad; Washington Savings Bank ad; Olympia Restaurant ad; John Rupolo; 18 RMV closures; Tom Callaghan; Donna McCluskey; Steven Rock; Jim Miceli; Tewksbury Election ballots; Tewksbury Police Station outdated; Dow Jones; Precious Metals; Commercial break; Lowell Memorial Auditorium ad; North Chiropractic; Baystate Electronics ad; Lowell Glass Express ad; Chelmsfordm Eight Candidates; Joe Erbacher; New LRTA Buses; Tom Henderson; Deputy Administrator; Pam Seavey; Ski Watch 6; Commercial break; Absolute Furniture ad; Wah Sang ad; Schlott Tire; Cable ad; Iraq War; Thomas Harrison; Nathan Crowley; Jaime Boudreau; Precilla Mendes; Perry Kapiloff; Liz Caniff; Joe Bilcliff; Lynn Dignam; Maria Dragon; Weather forecast; Steve cooper; Road Watch 6; Kym Craven; Traffic Tips; Wear helmet; commercial break; Washington Savings Bank ad; WLLH; Paul Sullivan; Bob Ellis; Mark sawyer; Jaffarian Toyota ad; S. George Bromberg ad; Maria dragon; Tomorrow's Highlights; Chelmsford Probe; Elegant Farmer; Steve cooper; Cable Sports lineup; Commercial break; North Chiropractic ad; Viewers Choice ad; McMahon's Laundry ad; Showtime ad
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[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 12)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian women; warned of cancer risks; Clement St. Produce Markets; Battle to regulate heats up; Cub Scouts; Pack 12 Clement cleanup free; French/Kaiser Hospital; Remodeled as maternal, childcare center; George Washington H.S; Cellular plan dropped; Golden Gate Park; Goose poaching on upswing; Golden Gate Park; Horse Stables Golden Gate Park; Private funding plan floated; Golden Gate Park; Shakespeare in the Park; Golden Gate Park; Tales of voluntary homeless in park; Gordon, Daniel; artist, History; View of Calif. St./20th Ave. in 1900 freestanding; Inside/Out; Guide to the arts brief; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; SF Beautiful, Holy City Zoo, St. Mary's, SF Food Bank; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Effort to keep the SF Giants; Kopp, Quentin; Richmond Town Hall meeting; Lead Poisoning; how to prevent video brief; Lee, John M; Title insurance solutions; Lion's, Park Presidio; Golf tournament brief; Mid Winter Fair; Two exhibits planned brief; Mt. Zion Crisis Clinic (Westside Community Center?); Vows no service cuts despite move; Perrigan, Dana; Memories of high school; Presidio Army Post/Park; Congressional effort to limit size fails; Richmond Police (Station); Arrest in Java Source machete hacking; Richmond Transport Project (sewers); New PAR/DPW task force created to monitor; SF Code books; available brief; Shakespeare in the Park; Tyson, Eric; Most common errors, regrets of financial investing; Utility undergrounding; Presidio Heights/Sutro Heights proceeds; Who's Coming, Going
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